A spatial simulation method in .mp4 format was proposed to determine Fukushima radioactive fallout transport and the Absorbed Dose Rate, Annual Effective Dose Equivalent, and Excess Lifetime Cancer Risk were determined for 10 months after the accident (March 11 2011). The findings of this study demonstrate that an appropriate ARIMA model can be applied for radiation dose time-series in the case of nuclear reactor accidents like Chernobyl and Fukushima to predict the future air dose rates, which can provide valuable information in determining the evacuation zones, decontamination processes, and radiation protection progresses. The model forecasted results and the actual observation data in the same period shows a gradual decrease in the air dose rates during the prediction period. Moreover, there is a good agreement between them as the prediction and observation scatter plot follows each other with small variations. These results provide important insights into the predictability of ARIMA models; thus, the models were utilized to forecast the air dose rates for the period (January 2020 - October 2020).